Eudora for Windows: Yes, as long as you do the conversion on the original PC. Otherwise, Emailchemy will only recover received attachments that were stored in the Attach folder. For Eudora Mac: Emailchemy can recover received attachments that have been saved to the Attachments folder, but not sent attachments. Why?
You should be getting at least a message per second, but sometimes the upload seems to be unbearably slow. There are a number of factors that could be limiting the speed of the upload: The speed of your home internet connection uplink is much slower than your downlink. Most home
I’ve seen this happen when the RGE files were created on the Windows PC and then moved to the Mac. There are certain methods of moving files between Mac and PC that can screw up the encoding of the linefeed character. Try this method instead: 1) copy your PST files
The “garbage” is likely the base64-encoded attachments — which is the standard behind-the-scenes way of including attachments in a message. Most modern mail programs interpret this raw information correctly and display the attachments either inline or as icons within the message. Simple text file viewers will likely not display these
Yes, but you or your clients will require the proper licensing. Emailchemy’s End User License Agreement for the Personal Edition of Emailchemy states one email user per license. We do offer Technician, Site and Migration Editions for organizational use and bulk migrations. If you have questions or need a quote,
No. Emailchemy requires a modern version of Java to operate, and Apple stopped developing Java for OS 9 in the year 2000. However, Emailchemy can convert email files from Mac OS 9 email applications on any current system (Mac, Windows, or Linux), so simply transfer your email file to another
NOTE: an updated version of this video for Outlook 2013 is posted here: http://www.weirdkid.com/blog/2015/08/14/video-walkthrough-of-importing-email-into-outlook-2013/ The screencast starts with the act of converting Entourage email, but you could substitute the converting of any supported format. For example, you could use these instructions to move a standard mbox file into Outlook, too,